Future-proof your HV assets for a low-emissions tomorrow.
As the world decarbonises and electrifies, there is increasing pressure on asset, engineering, reliability and maintenance managers to adapt their practice and equipment to a low emissions future.
“This is the premiere rotating and static electrical machines and assets knowledge-share event in my calendar.”
– Regular Conference Attendee.
The Machines2023 conference (part of Australian Energy Week 2023) focuses on the latest trends and development for energy asset engineering. It’s a unique opportunity for attendees to enhance their knowledge, network with peers, and explore the latest tools and techniques for managing and maintaining electrical and rotating machinery.
“Excellent event, learned heaps, enjoyed myself and want to come back next year.”
– Previous Conference Delegate
If you are involved in high-voltage assets or work with gearboxes, engines, centrifuges, motors, generators, turbines, pumps or compressors, this conference is for you. Whether you are an experienced asset manager or just starting out, Machines2023 is the perfect platform to expand your knowledge, exchange ideas, and build lasting relationships with others in the industry.
With a wealth of valuable information and a supportive community of peers, you will leave this conference with a greater understanding of energy engineering and the tools and techniques needed to succeed in your role.
WHY YOU NEED TO BE AT MACHINES2023
“This is the only professional event where I’m learning and having fun at the same time.”
– 2019 Conference Delegate
DISCOVER THE FUTURE OF ROTARY MACHINERY AS THE WORLD MOVES TO NET-ZERO EMISSIONS
- Take insights and key learnings from rotary machinery practitioners back to your operations to improve efficiency
- Increase your skills and power up your knowledge by participating in multiple panel discussions and networking opportunities
- Hear how to protect energy transmission during natural disasters and in volatile conditions
- Glimpse the future of breakthrough emerging technologies and understand how they might apply to your assets.
Machines2023 will continue covering the key topics for machine engineering and maintenance professionals including reliability & safety, asset lifecycle, failure mitigation, asset productivity and design across a variety of industry sectors including baseload power, renewable energy, mining, oil and gas, manufacturing and large and small-scale industrial processes.
“Electrical engineers understand that asset reliability is much more than reducing downtime. Continuous professional development and knowledge sharing is essential to maintaining asset reliability and production certainty of every critical electrical asset. Whether powering a wind turbine, a power station or monitoring industrial machinery.”
– Repeat Conference Delegate.